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a freeze advisory or frost warning out. takes us until 9:00. one below up in tahoe. 29 sacramento. 27 ukiah. 28 in redding. there is cold readings. i'm standing right in front of the next reading where it looks good but run in. we'll get higher clouds another of it tomorrow. part of the energy goes down to southern california. first couple weeks in january look quiet to me. high pressure will give us sunshine. a lighter breeze. although that could be a little bit more of a southerly breeze in advance of that system coming in. that might help a little bit. but still it's cold out there. lighter breeze and temperatures they will recover a little bit here. some low mid 50s. i think the warmest temps will be peninsula and the south bay. 51 antioch to 54 berkeley. but 57 san jose downtown. 56 santa cruz. 55 tara toga. 56 redwood city. mountain view at 56. a little warmer that south wind. high clouds on thursday. no biggy. weekend looks partly sunny to partly cloudy. >>> all the major european markets are up this morning. investors are reacting to the u.s. budget deal most asian market that are o
long shot still remaining that could prevent the kings from leaving sacramento. >>> we are just minutes away from bay area youth taking to this very stage to slam gun violence in honor of dr. martin luther king. there's this island -- and it's got super-cute kangaroos. barrow island has got rare kangaroos. ♪ chevron has been developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ real big deals of the week. or why it doesn't have to be an adventure to stick to your new year's budget. because safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. right now, a case of arrowhead water is just $3.33. folgers is $7.99 for the large size. that's a huge deal. rise and shine. simply orange oj is just $2.88. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >>> i have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they wil
from leaving sacramento. >>> i have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. i have a dream. >>> dr. martin luther king is being honored today almost 50 years after he spoke to memorable words. it was one of the most inspirational moments for civil rights. dr.king is being honored for using his words to bring change. heather holmes was in the audience and tells us there was something different this year, heather. >> reporter: julie just as the program says here, tonight's event promoted no guns in light of the killings at sandy hook elementary, and the sold out crowd embraced that message. >> this battle will never be won until we all get free. >> reporter: before she took to the stage in front of 1,000 people, 20-year-old jade cho shared privately with us her pointian poem. >> but it's raise every voice and speak a new world into being. >> reporter: cho was one of two dozen young performers who honored king's legacy through music and the spoken word. >> tomorrow no
of novato into san francisco. >> in sacramento new details on the two people shot and killed at an old sacramento area bar on new year's eve. >> police identified carl leo montoya as a suspect connected to the deadly shooting at an old sacramento. >> is wanted to year-old is in police custody at a hospital where is being treated for gunshot wounds. >> police said all started as an argument inside the bar just after 9:30 p.m. monday that became a physical confrontation. >> when employees tried to break up the fight, he was shot, as for the one and another man. >> the man, 35 and the employee, who was in her 20s died at the scene after suffering multiple gunshot loans. >> the armed suspect ran out of the bar for a street crowded with holiday celebrators but was caught quickly by officers chasing him, police said please cancel the midnight fireworks show to conduct the investigation. >> new court documents show that murdered venture capitalist, raveeeesj li,ra had been accused of making bad business deals and that is only the beginning. >> you are looking at video from sky 7 h. d., abc ne
sacramento for about $2 million in emergency money. our cameras were there ten days ago, when the creek flooded the gardens neighborhood. damaging 7 homes. >> the people who live there are concerned. >> we've exhausted our local and regional resources in addressing the immediate flood controls and the levee stabilization needs. >> reporter: we've learned state officials may also be here. residents hoping that the goff's staff gets the message. john fowler, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> no rainfall in our forecast for tonight. in fact, clear skies. we have a big batch of high clouds offshore. if this cloud cover was over us, temperatures would not be as cold, but we do have dropping temperatures, and get ready for a very cold thursday morning. once again, we have a winter spare the air alert for tonight, with that cold temperatures, and also the rise in smoke out there. just keep that in mind. coolest locations will be in the upper 20s once again. santa rosa, napa, fairfield. 27 to 29 degrees. san francisco around 41. san jose starting out thursday morning right above freezing at 34. here we
: backed by graphs and photos, the city late today said it plans to ask sacramento for about $2 million in emergency money. our cameras were there ten days ago, when the creek flooded the gardens neighborhood. damaging 7 homes. >> the people who live there are concerned. >> we've exhausted our local and regional resources in addressing the immediate flood controls and the levee stabilization needs. >> reporter: we've learned state officials may also be here. residents hoping that the goff's staff gets the message. john fowler, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> no rainfall in our forecast for tonight. in fact, clear skies. we have a big batch of high clouds offshore. if this cloud cover was over us, temperatures would not be as cold, but we do have dropping temperatures, and get ready for a very cold thursday morning. once again, we have a winter spare the air alert for tonight, with that cold temperatures, and also the rise in smoke out there. just keep that in mind. coolest locations will be in the upper 20s once again. santa rosa, napa, fairfield. 27 to 29 degrees. san francisco around 41. sa
.r. stone joins us from the embarcadero with more. in sacramento - two people were shot and killed in an incident that led to the cancellation of the city's fireworks show. a 22-year-old man is being questioned. police say there was a fight at a bar in old town sacramento. shots were fired when a security guard tried to intervene. a man and a woman were shot. this restaurant was roped off for some time as investigators look for clues. the stroke year-old boy was shot t the stroke year-old boy was shot-the 12 year-old boy was shot t many of these businesses say that there was only the only found out when there was a shooting when they arrived. police shut down the midnight fireworks display to conduct the investigation. in san francisco, j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> in sacramento there were two people shot in the incident that led to the cancellation of the city's fireworks show. a 22 year- old man is being questioned. police say there was a fight at a bar in the old town the sacramento. the shots were fired when a security guard tried to intervene. a man and woman were shot. police
late today said it plans to ask sacramento for about $2 million in emergency money. our cameras were there 10 days ago when the creek flooded the gardens neighborhood damaging seven homes. >> i've seen a lot of indifference from people who do not live there. the people who live there are concerned. >> we've exhausted our local and regional resources in addressing the immediate flood controls and the levee stabilization need sdmrs there's an emergency city council meeting tomorrow. we've also learned state officials may also be here, residents hoping the governor's staff gets the message. east palo alto health and science center john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> biologists today lowered the water level on the american river in sacramento county as an ongoing effort. several dams and flood control projects block sediment that should flow down river. salomon use the sediment to bury their eggs so biologists placed tubes of eggs in varying depth of gravel. >> take them back and count what survived and what didn't survive to compare survival between the different gravel patches. >> lo
. san jose, cambrian park and also saratoga/los gatos, 39. 46 in ukiah and sacramento rather chilly. sunshine today. that's the cloud cover. it wants to move but it can't move east. it's moving north. our cloud and rain forecast will show the system as it comes in and falls apart. it doesn't have anything going for it because the jet stream splits. when that happens, it leaves us high and dry. high pressure here, the storm track moves but not for us. a lighter breeze today. a tiny bit warmer. it's sunny out there. just kind of cool. i will tell you, it will drop fast tonight. clouds off to the west. but they are not going to make much of a difference if they drop in. 50s on the temperatures and some of these are a little bit lower. some near the bay. could be warmer. again, i think town towards santa cruz and monterey that would probably be the warmest. san jose, 57. temperatures in the mid-50s even on the peninsula. except woodside prob pably cooler -- woodside probably. no rain for a while. >> chilly but dry. >> cold in the morning. >> okay. >> no doubt. >> thank you. >> any time.
advisory goes until 9:00. it's 9 below in truckee. 27 ukiah, sacramento, 29. redding 26. there's some really cold air in place. cloud and rain forecast. watch how this system -- it can't go anywhere. it goes north and south. all we get is a dying system and a lot of high clouds. that won't be until tomorrow. until the pattern changes. it's a dry -- until the pattern changes, it's a dry a pattern. it's tough to re-- a dry pattern. it's tough to recover. 50s on the temperatures. a little warmer by the bay. and inland temperatures are struggling to get out of 27, 28. santa cruz, 56. half moon bay, 54. i mean, they have a little east wind at the half moon bay airport at 44. high clouds thursday. no big deal. friday looks sunny. another system comes in. i think it will do the same thing which will give us partly cloudy skies. >> all right. thank you, steve. >>> 7:38. well, the fiscal cliff is averted, for now. but congress failed to do something that has infuriated lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. >>> and the new alert system to help find missing seniors. the first alert was just issu
in sacramento are dealing with something they are not used to, excess cash. california is expected to end this month with an extra $4 billion in income taxes. it is reported that the boom is likely because of tax changes at the state and federal level and experts say the extra income top earners made at the end of december such as bonuses and dividend payments is also a factor. in contra costa the fire protection district hold the final meeting to discuss the closing of fire stations in the east bay. three fire stations in the district were shut down in walnut creek, half yet and martinez and two more reduced to part-time staffing. voters rejected a property tax measure to keep the fire stations open. tonight, the meeting is in clayton at the clayton community library at 7:00. >> less than two weeks away from the super bowl matchup between the niners and ravens. if you caught the spirit, get ready to pay up. we are joined from santa clara with the pricey cost to attend. how high are the prices? >> kristen, it comes down do how much you want to spend. 49er fans cannot wait for the stadium
today. clear in the central valley. 50s into sacramento and also into fresno. the high country of course just a ton of snow up there. 38 degrees in lake tahoe, 42 degrees in yosemite, 54 in redding for the high. i think we're looking good around the bay area this afternoon. lots of sunshine about 57 degrees fairly comfortable into san jose. east bay temperatures a little cooler. plan on highs about 50 in antioch, 50 fairfield and about 52 degrees in pleasant hill. inside the bay mid-50s into oakland. about 53 degrees in san francisco. 56 degrees in santa rosa. next couple of days other than a couple of passing clouds lots of sunshine in the afternoon. some chilly mornings then a slide chance we could see some showers as we head in toward late saturday night into sunday. monday and tuesday back to some dry weather. >>> opportunities in newtown, connecticut are getting a tour of their new campus today. tomorrow will be the first day back to school since a gunman killed 20 students and six adults at sandy hook elementary school. students are getting a tour today. classes will be held a few
, another southwest between phoenix and sacramento made an emergency landing in yuma. they're calling for more repetitive inspections, not just visual but electromagnetic inspections because if we don't get the fatigue cracks early enough they could lead to cracking and a cracking of the fuselage. >> you're basically saying these high cycle aircrafts are put under more stress and there are are more vulnerable? >> exactly if they're not properly inspected. for example a 737 is not unusual for a plane to do seven or eight takeoffs and landings a day. the 747 may do one or two. it means you have to do more inspections and more frequently to catch the problems early. every plane in its history will develop these cracks. they are not by nature necessarily dangerous unless you don't treat them. >> peter is as a frequent flyer should i be worried? >> no, this is not the only directive the faa issued. the 737 is the most popular plane ever built, more than 10,000 of them and boeing manufactured them at the rate of 30 a month. not a problem. $5 million in inspections and $2 mi
the nba, the sacramento kings in seattle? >> the deal was described first and goal at the 1 moving the kings up to seattle. the sonics lost basketball since 2008, however, the $500 million is not final right now. the maloof family owns the kings, and they had a handshake deal with the city of sacramento last year for a new arena. that fell through. and now the latest snag may be the maloof family keeping a small percentage of the team if it goes to seattle and saying that they'd like some say-so in how the team is run which to me and mayor kevin johnson of sacramento trying to keep them in town. it sounds like i take your house and you tell me how to decorate it. if you own a small percentage, you relinquish the say-so. >>> we're moving closer to a championship in the nfl play-offs and here's how it will play out. saturday the games the ravens into subzero denver or subfreezing denver, where peyton manning 0-3 in play-off games where the temperature is below 40 degrees. it will be 20s with some snow. san francisco will be playing the green bay packers and then on sunday seahawks tr
that the seattle group is negotiating to buy the sacramento kings for some $500 million and move the team to seattle. the sacramento mayor says not so fast. he is a former nba player, and he's vowing to fight to keep the kings in town. the maloof family, which owns the kings, has not said publicly that the team is for sale. >>> i don't want to diss a.j. or sacrament to but there are questions whether the maloofs had the finances to support a team in sacramento to begin with. >> a very complicated story. a lot of folks upset about this. some happy, some upset. >>> coming up, the new rules out for mortgages and how they're supposed to protect you, the homeowner. olaf gets great rewards for his small business! pizza! [ garth ] olaf's small business earns 2% cash back on every purchase, every day! helium delivery. put it on my spark card! [ pop! ] [ garth ] why settle for less? great businesses deserve great rewards! awesome!!! [ male announcer ] the spark business card from capital one. choose unlimited rewards with 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase, every day! what's in your wa
. the great sacramento valley. 200 miles of it. literally from the beginning of san francisco bay, 200 miles up the sacramento river. and probably, i haven't been able to count all the levees in my district, but i probably have well over 1,500 miles of levees that protect large cities, medium-sized cities, farms and other critical assets and infrastructure in the state of california. for example, the intercontinental rail system. both north and south. intercontinental highway systems. universities. international airports. these critical assets are at risk of flooding. the army corps of engineers, taking a look at the levees in one part of my district, a basin which is part of the city of sacramento, judges those levees to have a one in 30 chance of failure so that over a 30-year period of time it's anticipated there will be a catastrophic failure of those levees. 100,000 lives just in that part of sacramento at immediate risk because those flood waters, should those levees fail, it would make -- it would be a repeat of what happened in new orleans only the water is deeper. and the flood wate
. officials say it started with argument sacramento ahead of a planned fireworks celebration. an employee who tried to break up the fight was shot and killed along with another man. authorities say an armed guard heard the shots and got into a gun fight with the apparent suspect. cops later arrested a 22-year-old in connection with the shooting. new jersey, a five alarm fire ripped through a northberg housing complex damage caused by hurricane sandy. the flames burned in three building at the complex and collapsed one roof it took 100 firefighters several hours to get control of the flames. no major injuries reported. alaska. an oil drilling ship ran aground off the state's southern coast it happened after the broke free from towing ship. the coast guard launched a rescue mission and evacuated all of the vessel's 18 crew members before it ran aground. officials say winds topped 60 miles per hour and seas up of to 35 feet. the vessel had more than 150,000 gallons of fuel on board. no spills reported. that's a fox watch across america. i'm rick folbaum in for shepard smith. this is the fox repo
midwest. >> 20s in fargo. miami up to 80. 40s from dallas to new orleans. 50s from phoenix to sacramento. >>> so if working out is not among your new year's resolutions -- not here. been there, done that. so here are 101 reasons to add it to your list. >> meet gertrude of boca raton, florida. believe it or not, she's 101 years old. still hits the gym about every day, spending 30 minutes on the bike before the treadmill. she says she's been doing it all her life. >> i had three bicycles. i was always on a bicycle, shopping, and everything. >> an active lifestyle. her much younger caretaker says she has trouble keeping up with her. she also likes to dance, meet new people, and hit the bars. i love it. she's just going to go on a rager. she turns 102 this summer. the question after we brought this up in our meeting was whether or not she's worked an overnight shift. >> i think it's bad for your health. >> then you start ageing in dog years. good for her, though. go have a beer gertrude, or two. >>> coming up, there's a patch for pain, one to quit smoking. and now one man claims there's one
this, were you? >> i'm from california. no, i won't miss it. near auburn, sacramento, california. >> nice. >> we're doing it as a little group thing here. >> here's the big question. what made you guys decide to use the metro instead of driving down there? >> first of all, that's what everybody told us to do. we were in transit back at home and thought this would be the best way to get down there and not have o worry about parking. i'm glad to hear it's going to be smooth traveling i hope on metro. >> it will be a very smooth ride. guys, enjoy your time. >> thanks a lot. >> they have two trains running every six minutes right now. no backup here at new carrollton. take a last live look. you see people waiting on the next train. if you're headed out of new caroll ton, no problem. >> i'm tony tull, back to you. >> tony, thank you. a lot of people from all over the country. even outside of the country coming in for the inaugural celebrations. >>> later tonight, thousands are expected to attend the two inaugural balls. >> some people got in on the action a night early. in virginia, t
. the family which owns the sacramento kings has agreed to sell the team for 525 million dollars to a seattle group which plans to move the kings to seattle and reclaim the old sonics name. 2008 the seattle sonics moved to oklahoma city and were renamed the oklahoma city thunder. also need nba approval. 40 bucks will get you priority boarding on southwest airlines. southwest announced the new pay to be first program which opens to passengers 45 minutes before a flight departs. passengers have to pay at the gate to be among the first 15 to board a flight under the new fee to board early plan, but guarantees you will get some overhead space for your bag. that's the latest from the fox business network giving you the power to prosper. ering up my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clearer through 6 months. [ male announcer ] enbrel may
in sacramento, california. democratic caller. inic cole in sacramento, california. democratic caller. caller: the fiscal cliff, is anything you guys would consider going back in and revising? guest: will members of congress have another shot at that the execute host? guestpresident obama has said he wants more revenue. he is not done asking for more tax revenue. he has told liberal democrats, remember, our deficit is quite high. president obama did promise in 2009 to cut the deficit in half by 2013. that did not happen. social security, medicare is on the table. he has never said absolutely nothing is off the table. he is going to be forced by credit rating agencies, possibly the stock market -- he wants to cut the deficit, but we have not seen a lot of specifics the absolute will say, this must be in the deal. a lot of republicans say, he is asking us to put something on the table so we can attack it. host: steve in new orleans, republican caller. caller: i am calling because i would like to know -- my party went down. it has been shooting itself in the foot. i find that the cleaner and the
restrict crazy from getting assault weapons. our last call on this is from manuel from west sacramento, california. good morning to you. caller: good morning. glad you took my call. host: go ahead. caller: fine, thank you. i wanted to make mention about the conversation that i hard from some of our police officers here in this area. i won't give their names. nonetheless quite a few were talking and one mentioned during the course of the conversation that he had been there 30 seconds earlier at the school that he would have been able to save half of them. and further on in the conversation the other one said if he had been there 40 seconds earlier he would have been able to save all of them. the third one said if he had been there the crazy jerk wouldn't have gotten in there to begin with. and i have to agree with all three that if you had been there no one would ever have gotten in and if you had seen it occurring outside the school. they have observations out there, i know. another thing, i believe that most of the folks -- not most, let me back that up -- there are a lot of youngster
joining us from sacramento. good morning to you, machete mom. >> good morning. >>steve: you got up on a morning in november, 6:45. you're a little groggy. you head over to the coffee pot and you see a total stranger asleep on your couch? >> totally. complete stranger. i cannot believe it. >>steve: i can't believe it either. personally it would have scared the living daylights out of most people. however, you have the wherewithal to start yelling at him not because he had broken into your house but because he had eaten all your chinese food? >> exactly. do you know how hard it is to find good chinese food? i am so serious. i can't believe it. then he ate my carmels. i'm like all bets are off now. >>steve: the guy was not crazy at that point. he was relatively sed date. you said can i make you a cup of coffee, and what did you do? >> i was asking him what time he had gotten there. he said 4:00, 4:30. i realized he had kicked the window in, my sliding glass door window. i said you look a little groggy, son. sit right there. i'm going to make you a cup of coffee. that's when i went bac
and say, it's hard to negotiate with the white house. everything is hard. when i sat there in sacramento, every single thing, you just wanted to build a road, it was a major issue. you had to negotiate for two years. but you can never give up. that's the most important thing. >> gretchen: the important other story is lance armstrong and coming clean on this interview last night with oprah winfrey. what do you make of the culture that we live in now where more and more people, including yourself, find themselves in situations where they have lied? >> i've never lied. >> gretchen: you never lied? >> you talking about my scandal that i had? i came very clean when my wife asked me the simple question. this is true. i said yes. i went out to the public and i immediately said, here is the situation. i fathered a kid. end of story. i never, ever beat around the bush because the fact is that it's always the hiding and the cover-ups that get you into deeper trouble. so i don't believe in that. but look, at this not see the -- i don't know what he admitted to or what he has said. >> brian: he admi
in sacramento. so if anybody has a laser, i'll steal it. the mouse is a laser. [inaudible conversations] oh, the cur corps. got it -- the cursor. got it. hey. [laughter] [applause] what was that about bold thinkers? [laughter] yeah. next time i'll keep my mouth shut. all right. this is the same study population. we're looking at relative risks. and, but this time -- there we are. we've got prior convictions broken down in two different ways. so prior convictions not involving a gun and cannot involving violence -- and not involving violence in this group. and this group further broken down -- i keep losing the cursor -- this group further broken down whether they have one or two convictions, nothing worse than that. okay? then we have a group that had prior convictions involving guns but not violence. carrying a concealed firearm, let's say. and again broken down whether they have one such conviction or two or more. and finally, if you will, at the apex of criminality, those who have convictions for violence offenses. but remember, i am talking about people who purchased handguns legally, p
, gun control advocates in sacramento are seizing the moment, confident that with democrats controlling every major office, the proposals will pass. >> almost any idea that anybody in this country has as to how to further regulate and limit access to weapons or ammunition is probably going to get passed in california. >> buyullets should not be easy. >> reporter: some politicians want to regulate all ammunition sales requiring background checks and annual permits. this state senator takes aim at a fee cur that makes some guns easier to reload. >> what we're trying to do with our particular bill is to, basically, ban that particular weapon because it is, in fact, a loophole in the assault weapon ban. >> reporter: gun owners say lawmakers are chipping away at a constitutional right not to increase safety or reduce the risk of violence, but to assert power. >> they know that as long as there is an armed populace in the state, they will never control the people the way they want to control them. >> reporter: gun other thans vow to lobby state lawmakers and take their fight to court if need
sacramento is trying to find young, boy or girl, who left behind a very special notebook at the store. take a look at this. filled with a list of rules to live by, including, no pushing, no screaming. rule number 103, no toys at the table. and some creative, recycle. always recycle. others include, protect each other. don't color on people. charlie, how many times do i have to tell you? >> sorry. >> but our favorite rule of all. don't bite the dentist. seriously. if it's yours, actually, we want to make copies of it, that thing is going to be a best-seller. rules to live by. lara, don't bite the dentist. >> really? all right. i'll try. >>> "pop news" and charlie sheen. >> just chime in, all of you. sam, this is for you. >> okay. >> we talked about weather machines and how important the maps and that stuff are. so, when the weather computers go down, the show must go on. that's what one weather man at our abc affiliate in tulsa, oklahoma, that's what he did. when his computer crashed, he had to macgyver up the weather maps. he came up with impressive-looking graphics. >> very nice. >> at the
of the sacramento kings. the team being sold to a seattle group. to people familiar with the deal say the maloofs are selling all 65% of their share for $525 million. it's rumored the team will be moved to seattle. the sale has to be approved by the nba board of governors. >>> republican leaders the house of representatives say they will vote on wednesday on increasing the nation's debt limit. the legislation would not right immediate spending cuts. it would also be aged at forcing the senate to join the house in debating a federal budget. the current debt limit set at $16.4 trillion. the treasury estimating they'll run out of money by mid- february or early march if nothing is done. >>> coming up, if you want to go to the super bowl, it will cost you a lot of money. we'll tell you how much as we check prices. >> president obama's inauguration just minutes away from beginning. we'll carry that live throughout the morning. we'll be right back. [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer
will continue taking your phone calls as we wait to hear from vice president biden. this is sacramento, california. thanks for waiting, wayne. guest: i believe both replubican ublican and democrats have abandoned their core principles. they put on a very entertaining inaugural day and i wis hi was a coulds a democrat so i party too. the president's speech was a good conservative speech and a third disappointed me. many said to give him another chance. he's been given every chance and -- i don't think it is my way or the high ways on the republicans, but mr. obama. reaching across the aisle is possible, right now. one thing president obama said in one of his books was his words are -- allow him to be something like a blank slate and people attribute what they want to to his words. and he speaks in those general terms and nobody can argue with most of them. but with the deed to match -- that is what it needs to be done. the deeds must match the rhetoric. i wish i'd been there for the party. host: one of the tweets from kay takes issue with the speech -- dear obama, remember when we ended
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